SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER ORIGINS and FACTS

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERThe first question you might ask is: Why is this important to know? It may be helpful because this gives you an automatic state of residency at one time or another. The first three digits of the Social Security number indicate the state of issuance.

You should be aware there are no valid SSN’s with:
— first three digits higher than 728 in 700 series;
— numbers beginning with three or more 0’s;
— numbers ending in four 0’s;
— numbers with 00 group numbers (second set) or 000 serial numbers (third set); or
— numbers beginning with 8 or 9.

If an applicant tries to give you an invalid SS# ask for identification (preferably a Social Security Card).

To use this chart: Find the first three digits of the Social Security Number on the left and the State Issued will be printed beside it.

001-003 New Hampshire      440-448 Oklahoma

004-007 Maine                        449-467, 627-645 Texas

008-009 Vermont                  468-477 Minnesota

010-034 Massachusetts        478-485 Iowa

035-039 Rhode Island           486-500 Missouri

040-049 Connecticut              501-502 North Dakota

050-134 New York                    503-504 South Dakota

135-158 New Jersey                   505-508 Nebraska

159-211 Pennsylvania               509-515 Kansas

212-220 Maryland                     516-517 Montana

221-222 Delaware                       518-519 Idaho

223-231 Virginia                         520 Wyoming

232-236 West Virginia             521-524 Colorado

232,237-246 North Carolina   525,585,648-649 New Mexico

247-251 South Carolina           526-527,600-601 Arizona

252-260 Georgia                        528-529 Utah

261-267,589-595 Florida      530 Nevada

268-302 Ohio                              531-539 Washington

303-317 Indiana                        540-544 Oregon

318-361 Illinois                         545-573,602-626 California

362-386 Michigan                    574 Alaska

387-399 Wisconsin                   574,580,586 Southeast Asian Refugees from

4/75 to 11/79

400-407 Kentucky                   575-576 Hawaii

408-415 Tennessee                   577-579 District of Columbia

416-424 Alabama                      580 Virgin Islands

425-428,587-588 Mississippi   580-584,596-599 Puerto Rico

429-432 Arkansas                     586 Guam, American Samoa, Philippine Islands, N. Mariana Islands

433-439 Louisiana                    700-728 Railroad

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